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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

McCain Defends Iraq Strategy

CBS News RAW: Sen. John McCain echoed President Bush's position on the war in Iraq, saying U.S. troops are making progress and that the conflict is a key front in the larger war on terror.

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War Funding Bill Stalemate

President Bush has offered to meet with Democratic leaders to discuss the Iraq war funding bill. But Democrats say the meeting is pointless if they can't negotiate. Susan Roberts reports.

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Barack Obama On Don Imus

Only On The Web: Illinois Sen. Barack Obama talks with Jim Axelrod about radio personality Don Imus' controversial comments. Obama says he won't appear on Imus' show in the future.

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Extended Duty Plan Unveiled

Defense Secretary Robert Gates unveiled a new policy that will keep active duty Army soliders in Iraq and Afghanistan deployed for three extra months. Susan Roberts reports.

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Duke Lacrosse Charges Dropped

North Carolina's attorney general announced that all charges against three Duke lacrosse players accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting an exotic dancer have been dropped. Karen Brown reports.

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Duke Lacrosse Players Cleared

CBS News RAW: Prosecutors have dropped all remaining charges against the three Duke lacrosse players who were accused of sexually assaulting an exotic dancer in March 2006.

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Capitol Bob On Iraq, Obama

Harry Smith talks with chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer about the deadlock in Washington over war spending and the rising popularity of Barack Obama.

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Ruling Expected In Duke Case

North Carolina's attorney general is expected to drop sexual assault charges against three Duke University lacrosse players, following a lengthy, racially-charged scandal. Bob Orr reports.

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War Vets Soothed By Yoga

Mental illness, particularly post traumatic stress syndrome, is common among soldiers returning from combat. Dr. Mallika Marshall reports on one group of veterans who think yoga can help.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a bottom-line boost for aluminum-giant Alcoa; a government report predicting lower gas prices; and a refusal by heavy metal bands to headline "Ozzfest" for free.

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Martin Sheen Criticizes Bush

Martin Sheen presents the European Energy Globe Award and criticizes the Bush administration for not doing enough to combat global warming.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that adult stem cells could some day help diabetics; chances are dieters gain back more weight than they lose; and caterpillar cells may be a better host for producing flu vaccines.

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Troops To Stay Longer

CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons weighs in on Secretary of Defense Robert Gates' announcement that the U.S. government plans to extend military tours in Iraq.

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Actor Arrested

After pulling over child star Orlando Brown for driving with his headlights off and performing a vehicle search, Houston police found a small amount of marijuana.

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Troop Tours May Be Extended

As the president calls for lawmakers to come up with a war funding bill he can sign, the Pentagon is advising that the tour of duty for many U.S. troops in Iraq be extended. Susan Roberts reports.

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The Candidates & Fundraising

Douglas Schoen, author of the book "The Power of the Vote..." weighs in on campaign fundraising and the 2008 presidential candidates.

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Scholarships For Children

Richard Torykian, Vice Chairman of the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation, discusses the group's scholarships for children of vicitms of the Iraq war. For more information, visit mclef.org.

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